Ludacris is flying high after getting a college degree.
The "Fast and Furious" actor revealed that he bought himself a private jet to celebrate his scholastic accomplishment.
"Bought Myself A Little Graduation Gift," he captioned a video of the plane, adding the hashtags "family upgrade" and "motivation."
While wearing a Georgia State University shirt, Luda also gave his Instagram followers a peek into the jet's cabin. He then proceeded to sing the theme song from "The Jeffersons," which says, "We're movin' on up… to a deluxe apartment in the sky."
In subsequent posts, the rapper posted more images of the jet, but he included his car — a modest Acura sedan — in the snaps.
"The Secret To Flying High, Is To Always Stay Grounded," he wrote alongside the photo.
Luda, who was given an honorary bachelor's degree in Music Management, noted that "dreams" can become "reality."
The "Act a Fool" rapper attended Georgia State in the '90s before signing a record deal, Variety said.
"My time on campus sharpened my skills," he reportedly told more than 800 master's degree recipients. "It gave me confidence that my path was preordained. That I was exactly where I was supposed to be. Doing exactly what I was supposed to be doing."
"Though I left school I was never gone because this institution had become a part of me," he continued. "It was a part of my fabric and DNA. My heart never strayed far from its steps and my commitment to someday return, and finish, was ever-present."